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" By this means, he acquires a just idea of beautiful forms; he corrects Nature by herself, her imperfect state by her more perfect. His eye being enabled to distinguish the accidental deficiencies, excrescences, and deformities of things, from their general... "
The Complete Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds: First President of the Royal ... - Seite 47
von Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1824
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The Monthly Review, Band 44

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1771
...deficiencies, excrefcences and deformities of things from their general figures, he makes out an «bftra& idea of their forms more perfect than any one original; and, what may feem a paradox, he learns to defign naturally by drawing his figures unlike to any one object. This...
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW

Several Hands - 1771
...deficiencies, excrefrcnces and deformities of things from their general figures, he makes out an abftfad idea of their forms more perfect than any one original; and, what may feem a paradox, he learns to defign naturally by -drawing his figures unlike to any one object. This...
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Annual Register, Band 14

Edmund Burke - 1772
...deficiencies, excrefccnces and deformities of things from their general figures, he makes out an abftradt idea of their forms more perfect than any one original ; and what may feem a paradox, he learns todefign naturally by drawing his figures unlike to any one 6bjeft. This...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Band 205

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1907
...accidental deficiencies, excrescences, and deformities of things from their general figures, he makes out an abstract idea of their forms more perfect than...naturally by drawing his figures unlike to any one object. . . . Thus it is from a reiterated experience, and a close comparison of the objects in nature, that...
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Annual Register, Band 14

1803
...deficiencies, excrefcences and deformities of things from their general figures, he makes out an ab ft ra il idea of their forms more perfect than any one original; and what rftay feem a paradox, he learns to defign naturally by drawing his figures unlike to any one object....
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The Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds ...: Containing His ..., Band 1

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Edmond Malone, Joseph Farington - 1819
...general figures, he makej^ ii out an abstract idea of their forms more perfect than ai^^ne^ojnginaTf^ancr what may seem a paradox, he learns to design naturally...perfect state of nature, which the Artist calls the |3eal Beautjj, is the great leading principle byivKich works of genius are conducted. By this Phidias...
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The Life of Sir Joshua Reynolds : Comprising Original Anecdotes of ..., Band 1

James Northcote - 1819
...general forms of things, more perfect than anyone original, " and, what may seem a paradox, the student learns to design naturally by drawing his figures unlike to any one object." This then, he described to be " Ideal Beauty/' the idea of the perfect state of nature, that great leading...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1842
...accidental deficiencies, excrescences, and deformities of things from their general figures, he makes out an abstract idea of their forms more perfect than...naturally by drawing his figures unlike to any one object. (Discourse HI.) He observes in explanation in another part of the same discourse : ' To the principle...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Band 24

1842
...accidental deficiencies, excrescences, and deformities of things from their general figures, he makes out an abstract idea of their forms more perfect than any one original ; and, what may seejn a paradox, he learns to design naturally by drawing his figures unlike to any one object. (Discourse...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Band 24

1842
...deficiencies, excrescences, and deformities of things from their general figures, he makes out an abstract idta of their forms more perfect than any one original...naturally by drawing his figures unlike to any one object. (Discnurxp 111.) lie observes in explanation in another part of the same discourse : ' To the principle...
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